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Chelsea Champions! Start painting the town and bob's balls blue!

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    • Arsenal :icflove:
    • Manchester United :hehe:
    • Chelsea :boffing:
    • Liverpool
    • Manchester City
    • Totenham Hotspurs :rotfl:


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Lol beating a side dat has just qualified 4 nil..if u are saying...United cudnt match chelsea by beating Everton who has finished 5th 5 times in last 5 years..den i can only laugh at ur soccer knowledge!!:winky: I guess dat wasnt a sarcasm!!:winky:
So according to your logic, losing to a side that just qualified to Premier league would make your team ****, no ? Burnley...rings a bell ? :hysterical: No this is not a sarcasm :D

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So according to your logic, losing to a side that just qualified to Premier league would make your team ****, no ? Burnley...rings a bell ? :hysterical: No this is not a sarcasm :D
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SPURS 9 (Thats NINE) Wigan 1 Defoe scores 5. WTF. Wigan i thought were an ok team! Poor Martinez that guy is an ok manager
:omg::omg: What is the record for most # of goals conceded and most # of goals scored by an individual ..5 bloody goals in one game put him on the top of goal scoring sheet :haha:

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I came across a post on one of Liverpool's finest coaches - Bill Shankly- in a football forum. I thought I would post it here...hope you like it. These are excerpts from George Best's autobiography

In 1967, we arrived at Anfield to play Liverpool and as I glanced out of the window of the coach I saw Bill Shankly standing at the main entrance. I was the first player to alight from the coach and when I reached the entrance Bill shook my hand warmly. 'Good to see you again, George,' he said. 'You're looking well, son.' This was unusual for him, and knowing Shanks to be a wily old fox, I decided to hang around to try to find out what he was up to. As each of the United players entered Anfield, Shanks shook his hand, welcomed him and told him how good he looked. Eventually, Bobby Charlton, a born worrier, came up to Shanks. 'Bobby, son. Good to see you,' Shanks said, shaking his hand. 'But by God, if ever there was a man who looked ill, it's you, Bobby!' Bobby's face went as colourless as an icicle. 'Ill? I look ill?' he repeated, running the fingers of his right hand over his forehead and down his right cheek. He was visibly shaken, 'Aye, Bobby, son. You look like you're sickening for something. If I were you I'd see a doctor as soon as you set foot back in Manchester.' Shanks patted Bobby on the back and took off down the corridor, leaving him trembling in the foyer. In the dressing room, Bobby was conspicious by his absence and, ominously, there was a delay in announcing the team. We sat around kicking our heels, no one daring to get changed in case Matt Busby had a tactical plan which meant leaving one of us out. The thought of getting changed only to be told to put your clothes back on because you're not in the team is a player's nightmare. Eventually Matt Busby entered the dressing room with Jimmy Murphy and told us they had reshuffled the team which had beaten West Ham the previous week. Bobby Charlton was unavailable. He'd suddenly been taken ill. ----------------------------------------- The following season we were back at Anfield and Shanks was up to his old tricks. As the United party made their way down the corridor to the away changing room, he appeared from his office. 'Guess what, boys?' he said, brandishing a little orange ticket. 'I've had a go on the tickets that give the time when the away team will score. And it says here, in a fortnight!' With that, he disappeared back into his office. We lost that encounter 2-0 and after the game I was chatting to Liverpool's Ray Clemence, who revealed to me another piece of Shankly kidology. Prior to the game, Shankly had received the United team sheet and he incorporated it into his team talk. His intention was to run us down and, in so doing, boost the confidence of his own players. 'Alex Stepney,' Shanks began. 'A flapper of a goalkeeper. Hands like a Teflon frying pan - non-stick. Right back, Shay Brennan. Slow on the turn, give him a roasting. Left back is Tony Dunne. Even slower than Brennan. He goes on an overlap at twenty past three and doesn't come back until a quarter to four. Right half, Nobby Stiles. A dirty little -beep-. Kick him twice as hard as he kicks you and you'll have no trouble with him.' 'Bill Foulkes, a big, cumbersome centre half who can't direct his headers. He had a head like a sheriff's badge, so play on him. Paddy Crerand. Slower than steam rising off a dog ****. You'll bypass him easily.' The Liverpool players felt as if they were growing in stature with his every word. 'David Sadler,' Shanks continued. 'Wouldn't get a place in our reserves. And finally, John Aston. A chicken, hit him once and you'll never hear from him again. As the manager finished his demolition job on United, Emlyn Hyghes raised his hand. 'That's all very well, boss,' he said, 'but you haven't mentioned George Best, Denis Law or Bobby Charlton.' Shanks turned on him. 'You mean to tell me we can't beat a team that has only three players in it?' he said, glowering.
Some classic quotes from the great man... "Sorry, boss, I should have kept my legs together", said Clemence, after he conceeded a goal between his legs "Wrong, it's your mother who should have!", replied Shankly. ..on Alan Ball (Everton signing) "Don't worry, Alan. At least you'll be able to play close to a great team!" ..to a translator regarding Italian journalists "Just tell them I completely disagree with everything they say." ..at Dixie Dean's funeral "I know this is a sad occasion but I think that Dixie would be amazed to know that even in death he could draw a bigger crowd than Everton can on a Saturday Afternoon." ..on Everton "When I've got nothing better to do, I look down the league table to see how Everton are getting along.†“This city has two great teams - Liverpool and Liverpool reserves.†"If Everton were playing down the bottom of my garden, I'd draw the curtains.â€

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The tiel race is still on. 9-1. Thats how its done. Dissapointed we did not keep a clean sheet! Start believing boys. Spurs are the real deal
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..on Everton "When I've got nothing better to do, I look down the league table to see how Everton are getting along.” “This city has two great teams - Liverpool and Liverpool reserves.” "If Everton were playing down the bottom of my garden, I'd draw the curtains.” LOL. Can you Imagine Rafa saying that now. He'd be lynched Think he called them a small club and got stick for that.

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wtf? I watched till 37 minutes..no goals till then and Chelski scored TWO goals in the last eight minutes?! Oh..ek toh Gooners ka tofah tha lol
Gunners pwn Manure anyday :finger: This is not the full arsenal side so I will go easy on Shanno :icflove:

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For the first 20-25 minutes goons were bossing the possession but they did not create chances and ashley cole creating chances is a sight to behold (very rare occasion :giggle:)

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Lively start to the second half...Gunners creating plenty of chances and only a matter of time before they find Chelski's netting :finger:
:hello: Excellent defending and couldn't have scripted any better than this. A repeat performance at Old Trash + Endfield :pray: :aha:

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Dream!!:cantstop:
It's a possibility you hater. Thankfully our games at OT and Anfield is at the very *** end of the season, meaning African nations cup will be done and dusted with and we can have Essien, Mikel and DD back :yay:

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Mighty spurs still 3rd. GOONERS CHOKE
:hysterical::hysterical::hysterical::hysterical: :finger:
Why are you feckers fighting ? The race is clearly b/w Chelsea and Manure :--D

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Jesus Christ, piss poor performance by us. I mean how could lampy miss that penalty :((. Definitely not our day :((. Oh well we still sit at the top of the table :regular_smile:

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Only 2 points behind.Chelshits pawned by City!!:giggle: :yay::yay: :dance::dance: :aha::aha:
Keyword :notsmiley:

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